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Building a Self-Refreshing MS Access Warehouse
Building a Self-Refreshing MS Access Warehouse
Session Rules of Etiquette
Session Rules of Etiquette
Introduction
Introduction
After this session you will be able to: Build an MS-Access warehouse
After this session you will be able to: Build an MS-Access warehouse
Creating Views
Creating Views
Creating Views
Creating Views
Creating views
Creating views
Creating Views
Creating Views
Building a Macro
Building a Macro
Steps within the Macro
Steps within the Macro
Building a Macro
Building a Macro
Summary
Summary
Build a Batch File
Build a Batch File
Batch File
Batch File
Starting the Batch File
Starting the Batch File
Windows Scheduler
Windows Scheduler
Questions
Questions

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1 Building a Self-Refreshing MS Access Warehouse

Building a Self-Refreshing MS Access Warehouse

Presenter: Laura Key, Taylor University Monday, April 9th - 8:30 AM

2 Session Rules of Etiquette

Session Rules of Etiquette

Please turn off your cell phone/beeper If you must leave the session early, please do so as discreetly as possible Please avoid side conversation during the presentation Thank you for your cooperation!

3 Introduction

Introduction

Pass-through queries can be built in Access that will get Banner® tables in order to create views using ODBC connectivity. This can be refreshed automatically each night by using Windows. Your warehouse can be shared out to other users for them to link into your views in order to build reports.

4 After this session you will be able to: Build an MS-Access warehouse

After this session you will be able to: Build an MS-Access warehouse

(may need the help of your IS/IT Dept. to set up ODBC connectivity) Set your warehouse up to automatically refresh as often as desired. Share your warehouse out to other users.

5 Creating Views

Creating Views

Create a blank database to hold your warehouse in MS-Access. Make sure it has ODBC Connectivity. Create your pass-through queries using SQL. When the SQL is written, click on queries->sql specific->pass through. Go to the query’s properties and set the username and password. Save the password with the username.

6 Creating Views

Creating Views

7 Creating views

Creating views

The first query you create is just a select query to get the data that is desired for the view. Save this query. Next do a “make table” query that calls the select query in order to create your actual view. Notice that you can use multiple queries to create your view.

8 Creating Views

Creating Views

9 Building a Macro

Building a Macro

After you have your select and make-table queries built and tested, you need to create a macro that will fire them off. Name the macro “autoexec” so that when the database is opened, the macro automatically starts. (To open the database without the macro starting, you have to hold down the “shift” key while opening the file).

10 Steps within the Macro

Steps within the Macro

First I turned of the warning messages. Then I opened the make-table queries. Then I exported the finished tables to another database that I shared out (did not share the actual warehouse so no one could access my passwords, queries, etc). This can be on a shared drive, etc.

11 Building a Macro

Building a Macro

12 Summary

Summary

Summarize key points you want your audience to remember

13 Build a Batch File

Build a Batch File

After the warehouse was complete and the macro was finished and tested. I created a .bat file.

14 Batch File

Batch File

This batch file contains the path to Microsoft Access and then requests Access to open your warehouse database. When the database is opened, that in turn fires off the autoexec macro which sets the queries in motion and copies the tables out to the shared database.

15 Starting the Batch File

Starting the Batch File

The batch file is started using the task scheduler utility in Windows. This comes with Windows 98 and can be added to Windows 95 using the latest version of Internet Explorer. Add the Batch File as a task and set the time. We have it running at 12:30 A.M. on Monday through Friday. The computer must be on and logged into Windows, so you may want to be sure it’s in a secure environment.

16 Windows Scheduler

Windows Scheduler

17 Questions

Questions

It’s question time… Or feel free to reach me later at: Laura Key, Taylor University lrkey@tayloru.edu or (765)998-4683

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